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Hi I will be applying to university soon to study Physics of some description and I was just wondering what are the main differences between each for physics? From the universities I have looked at there are a number of different physics degrees and I just wanted to know which would best suit me. So firstly we have the option of Physics or Theoretical Physics. Then we have the option of either Astrophysics or Astronomy. It would be much appreciated if someone could highlight to me the main difference between:

1.Physics and Theoretical Physics
2. Astrophysics and Astronomy

I am also considering computer science but it can only be studied as a joint honours with physics and not astrophysics or astronomy.
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